Bruno Gives Lavicka Selection Headache

Sydney FC coach Vitezslav Lavicka admits striker Bruno Cazarine has made it difficult for him to pick his starting line up this weekend after the Brazilian changed the game against the Gold Coast on Sunday.

Sydney FC coach Vitezslav Lavicka admits striker Bruno Cazarine has made it difficult for him to pick his starting line up this weekend after the Brazilian changed the game against the Gold Coast on Sunday.

Cazarine scored Sydney-s first goal after coming on as a second half substitute, giving them the momentum for the 3-2 comeback win.

“I am happy because Bruno started the game on the bench but he brought on his energy, his quality and his effectiveness,” said the Czech coach.

“It-s good to see him working very hard on the training ground, doing some extra finishing drills every single session.

“That-s a good problem for me but it-s hard to say if he-s starting the game or on the bench.

“He is a good quality player and is ready to play this weekend.”

Lavicka will be forced into at least one change with Brett Emerton on international duty.

Midfielder Terry Antonis returns from Young Socceroos duty and is also in contention for the game in Perth.